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THE ISLANDER 




Thompson Academy 
19 Boston, 64 
Massachusetts 




Architect's drawing of future campus expansion at Thompson Academy. The new 
buildings will enable the school to increase its enrollment, while also unburdening 
the already cramped dormitories. 




ALMA MATER 



On an Island, o'er the water, 
Cool, and sparkling blue; 
Stands our school, our Alma Mater 
Glorious to view. 

Raise the banner, sing her praises 
Thompson, Hail to thee! 
We will honor you and love you, 
Thompson, by the sea. 

Lift the standard, fly her colors, 
Navy Blue and Gold 
We will aways rally to thee 
We, her sons so bold. 

Raise your voices, sing for Thompson 
Loyal sons are' we — 
We will honor, laud, and love thee, 
Thompson — Hail to thee. 

H. K. Maddox 
1962 




DEDICATION 




We, the Class of 1964, dedicate this 
and every other page of this yearbook to 
Frank Cormier. His contributions are im- 
mense; yet overshadowed by everyday 
life. He is a quiet man — laconic; he has 
a wry sense of humor and always a twinkle 
in his eyes. 

As a gesture of respect and admiration 
we dedicate the '64 Islander to you, Frank. 




APPRECIATION 



To David H. Brock we wish to extend 
our thanks for all of the help which he 
has given us, especially on our yearbook. 

We all wish you the best of luck and 
happiness in the future. 



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ADMINISTRA TION 




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HEADMASTER'S MESSAGE 



As each of you sets out to "make your fortunes," I ask that you keep 
these things in mind. 

There is no substitute for honesty and integrity in everything you do. 
Do not bargain away these virtues by mundane rationalizations or innocuous 
equivocations. Let it be said that your word is your bond. 



Let it also be said that you are a moral and Christian man. The paths to 
immorality and vice are enticing and simple to follow. It takes men of char- 
acter and depth to withstand the pressures that we are exposed to regularly 
and I charge you to rise to this challenge and meet it fearlessly and bravely. 

For those of you who will be married men, let it further be said that you 
are a fine family man. It is a strange paradox that the act of begetting chil- 
dren is one of the simplest of all biological acts - while the act of bringing 
these children up is at once the most difficult and the most rewarding of all 
things we do in this world. Love your families and be diligent in providing 
for and protecting them. 

Lastly, let it also be said that you are a humble man. This does not imply 
that you are not a brave man. It means that you are kind, courteous, and 
friendly. You will find in all walks of life those who are arrogant, selfish, 
and demanding. Think how you react to them and then contemplate on how 
people react to you. 

Make the most of your life and enjoy living. Keep a sense of perspective 
and honor about yourselves - extend this same consideration to others and you 
are assured of the "good life." 

HOUGHTON DEAN PEARL, 
HEADMASTER 

B. S., M. ED., 
University of Vt. 
Fusion, Algebra 
Came to school in '55 







DEAN'S MESSAGE 



Your stay here at Thompson Academy has been comparatively short when 
you think what lies ahead. You have passed through the difficult embryonic 
phase of life, you have grown physically, socially, and mentally. You have 
developed character. 






Now it is time to depart from this dependent way of life and start to grow 
on your own. Each day will provide a new challenge and a new experience - 
use them wisely to shape and hasten your rate of development. 

The diploma you receive places you on a new plateau. It is a legal license 
to take your well-deserved place in the world. Accept the privileges and re- 
sponsibilities it represents. 

You have learned words such as honor, integrity, fair play, duty, and 
leadership but these are no longer just a list of English vocabulary - they now 
have an inner meaning for you. As you start along the road of life, walk 
straight, and carry these values with you as though they were your shadow. 
There will be times when the road looks dark and narrow and at other times 
bright and leading to great success. As you travel keep in mind this thought 
"To thine own self be true" and that God will always be with you. 

You have prospered from a job well done. 

THOMAS BURNS. 
DEAN OF BOYS 

B. S., M. ED., 
Northeastern University 
Boston Universitv 
Came to school in '61 



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Robert R. Kitching 



John C. Kline 



Harold L. Kresge 






Ralph Lindsey 



Mrs. (Ralph) Lindsey 





John L. Maddox 



Thomas M. Quinn 




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Raymond Thomas 



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Harry Williams 



Douglas J. Wood 



TRUSTEES 



Calvin Page Bartlett 
President 



Alfred C. Malm 
Fice President 

John B. Pierce Jr. 
Secretary 

John Q. Adams 

Thomas G. Brown Jr. 

Walter M. Cabot 

Robert W. Duquet 

Merton P. Ellis 

Patrick Grant 

Bayard Henry 

Philip H. Lord 

Augustus P. Loring 

Henry Lyman 



Bartlett Harwood Jr. 

Treasurer 
George Lewis 

Assistant Secretary 
Donald S. MacPherson 
Arthur G. Miller Ed. D. 
George S. Mumford 
Edward V. Osberg 
Guido R. Perera, Jr. 
Lawrence Terry 
Raymond Thomas 
Rev. Samuel Tyler, Jr. 
Howland S. Warren 
Ben Ames Williams, Jr. 



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CLASS OF 1964 




SEATED: P. Palermo, J. Ryan, J. Fields, K. Shaw, R. McGonagle, P. Colman, A. Allen. STANDING: G. Lambert, L. Longs- 
worth, M. Trentham, B. Fassett, J. O'Heam, D. Silveria, W. Williams, R. Verbeck, B. Bingham, J. Connolly, S. Govey. LAST 
ROW: K. Kelps, N. Kaiser, C. Rolley, J. Riley, S. Clark, W. Maddox, R. Wagner, J. Sleeves, P. Travers. 



John Fields 
Treasurer 



CLASS OFFICERS 




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Kevin Shaw 
President 



James Ryan 
Vice President 




Richard McGonagle 
Pres. Student Counril 



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ARTHUR GEORGE ALLEN 

College Art 

V. Football 4; Manager Basketball 4: 
V. Baseball 4; Band 4; Ambition — 
Coach and Teacher 



PAUL FRANCIS COLMAN 

Business "Hayfever" 

Manager JV. Football 1, V. Football 
2, 3; Manager JV. Baseball 1, V. Base- 
ball 2, 3; I. Basketball 1, 2, 3; Band 1. 
2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Seaman- 
ship Club 2, 3; Ambition- Business 
College 





BARRY M. BINGHAM 

College Barn- 

Yearbook Comm. 4; Banc! 4; Glee Club 
4; Ambition- Construction Company 



JOHN JAMES CONNOLLY 

Business Jack 

JV. Football 1, 2; V. Football 3, 4; I. 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 2: 
Band 1, 2; Yearbook Comm. 4; Am- 
bition- College 




HARRY WILLIAM CLARK 

Business Stevie Wonder 

Yearbook Comm. 4; Glee Club 4; Am- 
bition- Heavy Construction 






GRANVILLE BENJAMIN 
FASSETT 

College Ben 

Seamanship Club 2, 3; I. Basketball 2, 
3; Ambition- College 



NEIL KAISER 

College Neil 

V. Football 4; V. Basketball 4; Year- 
book Comm. 4; Ambition- Teacher and 
Coach 






JOHN DUTRA FIELDS 

College Fieldsy 

V. Football 3, 4; Manager V. Baseball 
4; I. Basketball 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 
4, Treasurer; Yearbook Comm. 4; Am- 
bition- Teacher 



KENNETH RAYMOND KELPS 

Business Fox 

I. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Outhng Club 3; 
Ambition- Further Education 



STEVEN L. GOVEY 

Business Steve 

JV. Football 2; 1. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 
4; Class Officer 2; Student Council 1; 
Seamanship Club 1, 2; Radio Club 2; 
Ambition- College 






GEORGE ALBERT LAMBERT 

Business Bell 

V. Football 4; Manager JV. Basketball 
3; Yearbook Conim. 4; Ambition- Tele- 
phone Repairman 



RICHARD FRANCIS 
McGONAGLE 

College Rich 

Seamanship Club 2; I. Basketball 2, 3; 
Student Council 3, Pres. 4; Yearbook 
Comm. 4; Radio Club 2; Ambition- 
Merchant Marine 




WILLIAM MADDOX 

College Bill 

JV. Football 1; JV. Basketball 1; JV. 
Baseball 1; V. Football 2, 3, 4; V. 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; V. Baseball 2, 3, 4; 
Capt. V. Baseball, Basketball 4; Class 
Officer 3; Drill Team 2; Yearbook 
Comm. 4; Seahawk Club 3, 4; Am- 
bition- College 





LOUIS GILBERT 
LONGSWORTH 

Business Immigrant 

V. Football 4; JV. Basketball 3, Capt.; 
V. Basketball 4; JV. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 
4; Ambition- Undecided 



RICHARD A. MORGERA 

College Ginn 

JV. Football 1, 2; I. Basketball 1, 2, 3; 
JV. Baseball Manager 1, 2, 3, 4; Class 
Officer 2; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Yearbook Comm. 4; Public Speaking 2, 
4; Ambition-* Aviator 




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JAMES FRANCIS O'HEARN 

Business Jim 

V. Football 1, 3; I. Basketball 1, 3; 
Student Council 3; Yearbook Comm. 
Editor; Seamanship Club 1, 3; Ambi- 
tion- College 



CURTIS ROLLEY JR. 

College Scott 

JV. Football 2; V. Football 3, 4; V. 
Basketball 3, 4; Ambition- College 




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JULIAN DENNIS RILEY 

College Den - Rile 

V. Football 3, 4; V. Basketball 3, 4; 
Yearbook Comm. 4; Public Speaking 3, 
Pres. 4; Outing Club 3; Ambition- Col- 
lege 



PAUL ANTHONY PALERMO 

Business Bochi - Ball 

JV. Football 2, 3; JV. Baseball 2; V. 
Baseball 3, 4; Capt. V. Baseball 4; I. 
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Band 2; Seaman- 
ship Club 2; Yearbook Comm. 4; Am- 
bition- M. D. 



JAMES JOSEPH RYAN 

College Jim 

JV. Football 2; V. Football 3, 4; JV. 
Basketball 1; V. Baseball 3, 4; I. Bas- 
ketball 2, 3, 4; Class Officer .3, 4, V. 
Pres.; Yearbook Comm. 4; Ambition- 
Medical Tech. 





DANA STEVEN SILVERIA 

Business Ipswich 

V. Football 3, 4; JV. Basketball 2; V. 
Basketball 3, 4; V. Baseball 3, 4; Year- 
book Comm. 4; Radio Club 2; Seahawk 
Club 4; Outing Club 3; Ambition- C. 
P. A. 



MICHAEL C. TRENTHAM 

College Mike 

I. Basketball 1, 2, 3; Student Council 
2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Comm. 
4; Radio Club 1, 2; Outing Club 3; 
Glee Club 4; Ambition- Math. Degree 



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JAMES GARFIELD STEEVES 

Business Jim 

Grounds Crew 3, 4; Dance Comm. 4; 
I. Basketball 3; Ambition- Mechanic 



LEO PAUL TRAVERS 

Business Weasel 

I. Basketball 2, 3, 4; Radio Club 2; 
Yearbook Comm. 4; Ambition- Navy 



KEVIN P. SHAW 

College Kevin 

JV. Football 1, 2; JV. Baseball 1, 2; V. 
Football 3, 4; V. Baseball 3, 4; I. 
Basketball 1, 2, 3; Class Officer Presi- 
dent 3, 4; Yearbook Comm. Editor 4; 
Ambition- Political Science 








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RICHARD BENJAMIN 
VERBECK 

Business Verb 

I. Basketball 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Capt. 4; Yearbook Comm. 4; Ambition- 
C. P. A. 



WALTER JOHN WILLIAMS 

College Walt 

JV. Football 1, 2; JV. Baseball 1; JV. 
Basketball 1; V. Football 3, 4; V. 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; V. Baseball 2, 3, 4; 
Class Officer 1; Student Council 2; 
Band 1; Yearbook Comm. 4; Glee Club 
4; Ambition- Teacher 






JOHN H. JONES 

College Jack 

JV. Football 2; JV. Basketball 1; JV. 
Baseball 1; V. Football 3, 4, 5: V. Bas- 
ketball 3, 4, 5; V. Baseball 2, 3, 4, 5: 
Capt. 4; Student Council 4; Yearbook 
Comm. 4; Seahawk Club 4; Pres. 5: 
Ambition- College 



POST GRABS 



DAVID BOYAJIAN 

College Soybean 

V. Football 3, 4, 5; V. Basketball 3. 
4, 5; V. Baseball 3, 4, 5; Class Off- 
icer 4; Seahawk Club 4, 5; Ambition- 
College 



RICHARD M. WAGNER 

Business Rick 

JV. Baseball 1; I. Basketball 1, 2, 3; 
Band 4; Drill Team 1, 2, 3; Radio 
Club 2; Outing Club 3; Seamanship 
Club 3; Yearbook Comm. 4; Ambition- 
Automotive Dealership 




CLASS HISTORY 



Our first two years at Thompson Academy were filled with trial and 
error. The accomplishments of the class of 1964 appear in our last two 
years. 

At the beginning of our junior year Kevin Shaw was elected president, 
William Maddox vice president, and James Ryan secretary-treasurer. Rich- 
ard McGonagle, Richard Morgera, and James O'Hearn were our representa- 
tives to the Student Council. The combined efforts of the junior and senior 
classes resulted in the creation of a Junior-Senior Lounge. The class also 
sponsored a Spring Hop and Easter Dance. The highlight of the year came 
with our showing of "Abandon Ship," the first class-sponsored film. 

As seniors, we once again elected Kevin Shaw president, James Ryan be- 
came vice president, and John Fields secretary-treasurer. Richard McGonagle 
gained leadership of the Student Council along with Richard Morgera and 
Paul Coleman as representatives. 

An auction and finally the Senior Prom completed our last year. Bacca- 
laureate services were held on May 31st and Graduation followed on June 
6th. 

Respectfully submitted, 
John Fields, Secretary 
Class of 1964 



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CLASSES 



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JUNIORS 




FIRST ROW: G. Taylor, P. Ramos, R. Mottau, P. Cobb, T. Toohey, R. Duncan, B. Sullivan, D. Decks, D. Shattuck, R. Oiicoine, 
A. McCloud, J. Gorman, and R. Gaynor. SECOND ROW: A. Goss, J. Hutchinson, D. Wright, W. Nickerson, G. Cutler, R. Davis, 
J. Fiedler, K. Parker, F. Schoonmaker, R. Vogel, and R. Cook, 



SOPHOMORES 




FIRST ROW: L. Dille, R. Concannon, R. Favier, J. Crump, D. Hickey, K. Dreiman, W. Masters, P. Maloney, M. McCauley, R. 
Harty, R. Thomhill, E. Upton and W. McDonald. SECOND ROW: W. Passera, R. Gregor, W. Thurston, W. Dann, R. Greenberg, 
H. Donley, R. Flaherty, F. Warren, C. Murphy, L. Oliver, R. Fabian, M. Swindells, R. Conway, and unknown person. 



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FRESHMEN 




FIRST ROW: C. Prior, C. Thompson, L. Pinson, E. Collins, K. Skinner, A. Jardine, G. Newman, R. Lowell, R. Cook, B. Monihan, 

D. Cummings, and M. Milton. SECOND ROW: R. McCauley, R. Gatchell, R. Hanley, C. Tatum, R. Laundry, T. Abbott, M. Atherton, 

E. Hanna, N. Faircloud, A. Mulvey. 



EIGHTH 




Left to Right: M. Legro, E. Stovell, R. Ross, D. Brown, M. Rus'c, T. Fassett. 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




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SEATED: M. Trentham, P. Colman, R. Verbeck, capt.; K. Parker, R. Mottau. SECOND ROW: C. Swindell, R. Fabian, P. Cobb, 
R. Davis, A. Allen. LAST ROW: R. Gaynor, A. Jardine, R. Gatchell. 



BAND 



Created in 1857, the Thompson Academy 
band is the first and oldest school band in the 
country. 

However, due to increasing outside activi- 
ties, the band — which was once quite large 
is now diminishing in size. 

We sincerely hope that next year's students 
will take a more active interest in its functions 
and increase its enrollment. 






FIRST ROW: J. Mulvey, J. Hanley, P. Palermo, E. Upton, A. McCloud, A. Allen, M. Trentham, D. Bolivar. SECOND ROW: G. 
Lambert, P. Travers, R. Verbeck, R. Davis, D. Maragioglio, B. Bingham, R. Morgera. 



GLEE CLUB 



Under the direction of Mr. Charles 
Ayvazian, the Glee Club is the newest of 
activities at Thompson Academy. 

Organized in 1963, the club started 
with a large turnout of avid participants. 

The Glee Club offers a good deal of 
fun and enjoyment, while appealing to 
the student of differing tastes. 





YEARBOOK 
COMMITTEE 



Hi! We're the Yearbook Committee. 

This year's yearbook is larger and more 
expensive than those in the past. We also 
think that its text has more quality than 
those in the past, but you're our judges, 
so you decide. 

We hope you enjoy it! 




LEFT TO RIGHT, SEATED: B. Bingham, G. Lambert, R. Morgera, R. Verbeck, R. McGonagle, P. Travers. STANDING: A. AUen, 
M. Trentham, J. O'Hearn, co-editor; K. Shaw, co-editor; S. Govey, J. Fields. 





STUDENT 
COUNCIL 




The Student Council is one of the more helpful of school organizations. 

Acting as mediator for student relations, the Student Council helps plan 
class social functions, settles inter-class disputes and gives the individual 
classes a helping hand when needed. 



SEATED: C. Swindell, K. Parker, R. McGonagle, pres.; P. Colman. STANDING: D: Maragioglio, M. Milton, L. Oliver, R. 
Morgera, R. Favier, P. Ramos, E. Hanna. 





SCIENCE FAIR 



Started in 1962, the Science Fair has 
been greatly enjoyed by all at Thomp- 
son's. 

The differing projects which may be 
prepared, and then exhibited for an award 
seem to greatly appeal to our students. 



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SEAHAWK CLUB 



The Seahawk Club was begun in 1962, with exclusive membership to 
varsity athletes holding three varsity letters from sports participation. 

The club caters to visiting teams, organizes pep rallies and initiates school 
spirit. 



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A THLETICS 





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VARSITY SCORES 
'r. A. 6 Rivers 
T. A. Portsmouth Prior 
Roxbury Latin 12 T. A. o 
T. A. 11 Providence Country Da\ 1} 
St. Sabastians 22 T. A. 11 
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T. A. 22 Middlesex 8 
T. A. 28 Roxljurv Latin 
T. A. 28 Tha\er'l 1 
T. A. 28 River^^ ]2 
T. \. 26 Belmont Mill 
T. A. 22 Gov. Dumnier 



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FIRST ROW: J. Ryan, D. Maragioglio, N. Kaiser, A. McCloud, W. Williams, 
W. Maddox, Capt. ; J. Jones, D. Silveria, C. Rolley, J Gorman, J. Connelly. 
SECOND ROW: T. Toohey, D. Deeks, R. O'Neil, L. Caldwell, J. Fiedler, J., 




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oach Ayvazian, Coach Maddox, A. Jardine, mgr. 



COACH'S MESSAGE 

This year's team did very well considering the uncontrollable and adverse 
conditions under which we were forced to play. Before the season had got 
to a start, we had lost our complete first string backfield because of injury. 
Encountering strong competition, the remainder of the team played with avid 
determination, and more than once we lost a game because of a bad break. 
The highlight of the year came when we defeated our traditional rival, 
Rivers (6-0). 



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The Senior Coefficient team had the best 
season since, we started Coefficient Football 
in 1957, winning all six of its games. The 
team was well balanced, strong offensively 
and very strong defensively. The first team 
was not scored upon — all opponents' scores 
coming while the second or third teams were 
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FIRST ROW: L. Oliver, E. Upton, D. Cummings, M. Milton, P. Ramos, R. 
Concannon, F. Warren, R. Lowell, B. Moynihan, D. Brown, E. Collins. SEC- 
OND ROW: G. Swindells, J. Thomas, J. Hanley, K. Parker, P. Maloney, L. 



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lESSAGE 



It was a season where it was possible to use 

i ilmost all of the squad members in each game. 

The squad was a hard-working one — with tre- 

nendous spirit and drive. The highlight of 

he season was the victory over Belmont Hill 

;or the iir^t time (26-0). Coaches Ray Thom- 

Lis and Doug Wood, and Mike Thomberry, 

vho gave valuable assistance when time per- 

nitted, are really proud of this team. 




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Dille, R. Greenberg, Coach Thomas. LAST ROW: R. Mottau, mgr.; E. Hanna, 
R. Favier, W. Dann, W. McDonald, D. Hickey, C. Tatum, H. Donley, R. Gat- 
chell, Coach Wood. NOT SHOWN: M. McCauley. 



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What happened to that block? 





Now listen, fellas 





First down, Thompson ! 




Good, now let's get it back. 



oops, I missed him. 





The quarterback has the ball! 



Run! Jack, run! 






FIRST ROW: J. Gorman, mgr.; W. Williams, A. McCloud, W. Maddox, capt.; J. Riley, D. | 
Boyajian, A. Allen, mgr. LAST ROW: J. Fiedler, N. Kaiser, D. Silveria, J. Crump, L. Longsworth, < 



Coach Maddox. 




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'63-'64 VARSITY 

T.A. 54 Roxbury Latin 38 

T.A. 46 Christian High 44 

T.A. 73 Rivers 22 

T.A. 57 Cambridge 34 

T.A. 56 Thayer 62 

T.A. 65 Christian High 64 

T.A. 59 St. Andrews 51 

T.A. 43 St. Sabastian 72 

T.A. 32 Roxbury Latin 41 

T.A. 51 Thayer 59 

T.A. 61 St. Andrews 71 



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T.A. 28 


Roxbury Latin 22 


T.A. 33 


Christian 29 


T.A. 33 


Cambridge 20 


T.A. 31 


Thayer 


T.A. 36 


St. Andrews 35 


T.A. 31 


St. Sabastian 28 


T.A. 23 


Roxbury Latin 26 


T.A. 25 


Thayer 32 


T.A. 37 


St. Andrews 27 





FRONT ROW: B. Fassett, mgr.; C. Prior, R. Mottou, R. Favier, R. Hickey, J. Brown, P. Ramos, 
Coach Woods. BACK ROW: A. Goss, M. Milton, P. Wright, E. Collins, K. Parker, R. Greenberg, 
R. Gatchell, mgr. 



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FIRST ROW: W. Maddox, K. Shaw, F. Farrell, J. Jones, capt.; R. Bennotti, P. Gaucher, D. Boyajian, J. Fiedler. SECOND ROW: 
R. Davis, P. Palermo, D. Sparks, L. Oliver, J. Ryan. LAST ROW: Coach Maddox. 




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FIRST ROW: Coach Bums, J. Fiedler, K. Stevens, R. Gregor, K. Parker, W. Dann, F. Warren. SECOND ROW: S. Peterson, A. 
Qark, L. Cauldwell, A. McCloud, P. Ramos, D. Maragioglio, R. Mottau. LAST ROW: R. Morgera, mgr.; E. Upton, D. Miller, 
R. McCauley, mgr. 




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Lay me on an anvil, God. 

Beat me and hammer me into a crowbar. 

Let me pry loose old walls. 

Let me lift and loosen old foundations. 

Lay me on an anvil, God. 

Beat me and hammer me into a steel spike. 

Drive me into the girders that hold a skyscraper 

together. 

Take red-hot rivets and fasten me into the central 

girder. 

Let me be the great nail holding a skyscraper through 

blue nights into white stars. 

CARL SANDBURG 




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Artur Allen : I leave to Ken Parker my cooking utensils. 

Barry Bingham : I wish to leave. 

Steven Clark: Leaves. 

Paul Colman: I leave my black cane to next year's monitor of A-5. 

John Connelly: I leave my love affairs to Jack Fiedler. 

Ben Fassett: Leaves his height to his brother. 

John Fields : I leave my South Boston black book to Thurston. 

Stephen Govey: I wish to collect an LO.U. from Mr. Pearl. 

Neil Kaiser: I leave to Mrs. Thornberry the Book "Self Explanation." 

Kenneth Kelps: I just leave. 

George Lambert: I leave my knowledge to next year's Senior Class. 

Louis Longsworth: I leave a pair of my old socks to Rodney Davis, 

Bill Maddox: I leave to Jack Fiedler the book "How to Write." 

Richard Morgera: I leave my bottles of Mogen David Wine to Mr. Baxter. 

Richard McGonagle: I leave. 

James O'Hearn: I leave my memories, after four years at T.A. 

Paul Palermo: To Coach Maddox I leave my Bochi-ball. 

Julian Riley: I leave my book "How to play like the Globetrotters." 

Curtis Rolley: I left. 

James Ryan: Best wishes to next year's Senior Class. 

Kevin Shaw: Good luck to the class of '65, do as well as we have. 

Dana Silveria : I leave my Bowie knife to the "Great white hunter." 

Leo Travers : I leave all my hair to Dille for a Beatle wig. 

Mike Trentham : I leave. 

Richard Verbeck: I leave the band to T.A. 

Rick Wagner: I also left. 

Walter Williams: I will to Flaherty my alarm clock. 






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